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Tuesday, November 08, 2011

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Carrie Deahl

Thanks, Steve. This has been one of my BEST lessons this year. I've been trying to spend more time thinking about how I've taught Editing in the past and how I need to revisit those lessons in an effort to keep my practice "fresh". I'm hoping to expand this work into the Sentence Patterns work Sandra Garza uses with her students. Looking forward to how I plan on implementing those lessons into our next pieces.

teachingthatmakessense

Great post, Carrie! This is a critical lesson for teachers and kids. It gets right to the heart of how to make our writing better, more precise and more relevant to readers. Thanks!

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